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Hamilton model/dial combination not often seen "Click" to Login or Register 
Thought I would share a pic of my latest addition - a 1932 Webster with the scarce O63 dial variation. Production was 9,987 in white gold fill and there were three dials available - applied gold numbers (O60), luminous, and black enamel numbers (O63).

wgf Webster O63 dial
Posts: 113 | Location: Waukesha, Wisconsin USA | Registered: September 10, 2006
Picture of Adam M. Dubin
Thomas, that's a nice one, a combination I've never seen. The dial is somewhat similar (though not identical) to one found on the contemporaneous Perry.

This is one Bryan Girouard just sold.

Posts: 261 | Location: Chicago, Illinois USA | Registered: June 01, 2006
Here is the blueprint. Notice that it was also used on the Glenn Curtiss.


Posts: 173 | Location: Columbia, Pennsylvania U.S.A. | Registered: July 13, 2004
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